Recently carmaker Covini launched its six-wheel super sports car the CA3. Powered by an Audi 4.2 litre V8 engine, this mean machine produces a hot 500 horsepower punch and can reach up to 300km/hr. As this super car points towards the future, here is a list of some more futuristic super cars.
Rolls Royce 102EX
Powered by the world's largest electric car battery, the Rools Royce 102EX made its debut in Geneva recently. It has a range of 125 miles, a sub-eight-second 0-60 mph time and a max speed of 100 mph. The current project pricing for it is a staggering $1.6 million.
Ferrari rolled out the 599 hybrid at the Geneva Motor Show last year. The car is reported to have a V12 engine, and electric motor and related electronics. The system is based on the kinetic energy recovery system that Ferrari's Formula 1 team developed.
For quite some time now, the 16C Galibier concept car has been on Bugatti's drawing board. Expected to available by 2014, this car comes with an 8.0 litre engine and stunning 1,000-hp. Imagine this beast in a family garbage.
Mercedes unveiled its 4-cylinder, 4-wheel drive Concept A-Class in April. Set for a launched in late 2012 or early 2013, this car is a 210-hp compact vehicle. It has a dual-clutch transmission and radar-based collision warning. Rates are not known yet, but it won't cost a bomb either.
Porsche 918 Spyder
The 918 Spyder hybrid from Porsche can get to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds, with a maximum speed of 218 mph and maximum power of 500 HP. Porsche will kick-start its production in late 2013. Here's the hitch, only 918 units will be made.
Sport Coupe Scion
The FR-S is a concept Scion. From the looks of it, the FR-S design is inspired by the Toyota 2000GT, and even the Lexus LF-A. A new edition should preview in the second half of 2012.
Alfa Rameo Giulietta
General Motors EN-V
For those who find their corporate space or campus too large to walk around, the GM EN-V might be just the thing . Tinier than the Tata Nano, the car can ferry people over small distances. The car can park itself, and uses radar and Doppler senseors to detect and avoid other vehicles. And although its top speed is a snail-slow 25 miles/hour, the car can respond to a request for a ride via smartphone.